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Discussion in 'Disney Cruise Line Forum' started by Nwfdrool, Jun 8, 2007.

  1. Nwfdrool

    Nwfdrool Mouseketeer

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    I am looking into a 4-night cruise maybe in November or December. Could two families stay in a Cat 2 suite? It says it sleeps 7. Are the prices listed per person? Or, per suite? Does anyone know how much these suites cost roughly? Where can I find the best bargains for Disney cruising now? TIA!
     
  2. mommasita

    mommasita DIS VETERAN Moderator

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    I have never stayed in a suite, but I know that if it sleeps 7, that is the max..So, if 2 families equal 8, then it is a NO go, if they equal 7 or less, then it is fine..

    The price is per person. Keep in mind that suites often book way in advance, as there are not that many.

    I would call Disney with a quote, and then try Dreams Unlimited (on top of this board) for their quote..

    HTH:)
     
  3. FatCat

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    You can get better value per person for the suite if you put 7 people in the suite. However there are cheaper configurations for 7 people in lower class rooms. I would run the numbers and set your budget and priorities.

    Suite deposits are non refundable. They are transferable. Keep that in mind.
     
  4. kcashner

    kcashner DIS Veteran

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    Suite prices are per person. However, you pay the high rate on the first 2 people. Then you pay the "additional adult" or "additional child" rate for the other people.

    If you are in a suite that sleeps 7, you can put in any 7 people you'd like--related to you or not. So, 2 families could share a suite. To determine whether a suite would be cheaper for 7 or whether you're interested in 2 cat 6 or whatever, you'd have to compare actual prices for your sailing date.
     

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